We are excited to launch our Culture Street High Tea series.
What better way to share a passion for reading then getting together with friends in a social setting, discussing books and eating cake!
Sophia Whitfield chats to four 17-year-old friends who have just embarked on their HSC studies and will most likely drop reading for pleasure for the next year as their academic studies take over. Over cake, they share their favourite reads of 2012.
Gloria Steinemís article in 1969 After Black Power, Womenís Liberation gave her a national following and elevated her to the status of feminist leader. Emma Watson is a fan. She...On March 9, 2016
Mireille is a talented, up and coming Australian novelist and The World Without Us is her third novel. Her first, Machines for Feeling was shortlisted for the 1999 Vogel/Australian Literary...On September 1, 2015
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Remember Kate Reddy from I Donít Know How She Does It? The time-poor harassed mother of two was immortalised on screen by Sarah Jessica Parker. Now she is back with...On November 24, 2017
Stephen Pym lives†in Sydney with his†wife Anna and son Daniel. He has a Palaoebiology degree with honours in Wildlife Illustration and has worked for many years in natural resource management.†On April 9, 2013